#1
Ive been playing since September now and this has been, well, bugging me for a while now. How do you you extend a scale down the fretboard? Examples or anything along those lines would be very grateful to help my understanding. Btw im a bassist so please use examples using a 4 string only. Thanks in advance.
#2
shouldnt this be in the bass guitar forum?
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#4
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shouldnt this be in the bass guitar forum?
No.

The best way is to just know the notes you're using and where to find them on the fretboard.
#5
Do you mean like this?

D---------------------1--2--|-------------------------------13--14----|
A-----------0--2--4---------|-----------------12--14--16------------|
E--0--2--4------------------|--12--14--16---------------------------|

E major scale in two forms. First half is low on the neck, second part is an octave up. Unless you mean like this (will use E major again):

G-----------------------------|----------------------------8--9---|
D----------------------1--2--|---------------7--9--11-----------|
A------------0--2--4---------|--7--9--11------------------------|
E--0--2--4-------------------|------------------------------------|

First half is the same. Second half is an octave up, but in a different position.

If it's like the second set, then you just need to learn to fretboard. Learn where all the notes are and shift the scale accordingly. Just as a refresher, major scales are formed by taking the root note, then adding these steps; WWHWWWH (ie. Root, whole step, whole step, half step).
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